The Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club has it's own 12 acre private range located North of Dickinson, ND. With safety berms out to 300 yards, the range can accommodate various shooting preferences. 

If you are visiting for your first time and looking for membership information see the article on membership further down this page. You can also download a SARPC membership application from the link on the left column of this page.

USPSA Match August 9, 2015

Dog Days Silhouette Shoot - CANCELLED
The mission is to raise funds for those in need through organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project. The event was to be held on Saturday, August 22, 2015. 

For more information check this website Dog Days Silhouette Shoot or contact 
Bob Brown: [406-853-2859]     Email: bob@dogdays.com

The Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club is comprised of shooting enthusiasts from around the Slope Area. Any individual may become a member of this organization by vote of the executive committee. 

​Monthly Meetings are at 7:30 PM the 1st Thursday of the month at the Eagles Club located at 31 1st Avenue East, Dickinson, ND.​

Memberships dues are due February 1st of each year.
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

NRA membership is required. There are 3 ways to join the NRA: 

1) by mail - applications can take a month or more to receive information back from the NRA.

2) follow our secure NRA recruiter link, at the top of this page, receive information back from the NRA in a few days. 

3) A person can join the NRA by phone - Call 1-877-NRA-2000. Monday - Friday from 8am to 9pm. Saturday from 9am to 6pm.

Using the SARPC recruiter number XC010240 benefits the club and the member.
Applicants must submit a completed membership application, photocopy of NRA card (or statement from the NRA with new member number) and the appropriate membership fee at a regular club meeting.


Slope Area
Rifle & Pistol Club
PO Box 493 
Dickinson, ND 58602-0493
contact by email:
Dan Brown 

All membership dues are due February 1, 2013
Single membership - $40.00
Family membership - $50.00
Junior membership - $15.00

Dan Brown - 701-290-6046

Vice President
Dr. Robert Baer

Alanna Tomjack 701-690-9149

Nathan Hibbs - 715-554-0735
(1 year)
Dave Logosz - 701-225-9461
(2 years)
Harlen Heinle - 701-225-9227
(3 years)


SARPC Membership Application

SARPC Range Map

SARPC Meeting Minutes - July 2015

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Here's your chance to join the NRA or renew your membership at a discount plus help out the Slope Area Rifle & Pistol Club!

Under a special Recruiting program, membership in the NRA is discounted by $10.00 to just $25.00 per year!  By joining or renewing through the Club, SARPC receives $10.00 back from the NRA! 

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NRA Video
Well said... 
Read Lawrence Hunter's Op/Ed in the 12/28/12 issue of Forbes Magazine. 
Gun Control Tramples On The Certain Virtues Of A Heavily Armed Citizenry
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Ike Dolinar, Dan Brown and Tim Hagedorn before shooting in the USPSA 2015 Greater Yellowstone Sectional Championship hosted by the Cody Action Shooters in Cody Wy.
Dan Brown
on stage 3
Tim Hagedorn
on stage 5
Concealed Weapons Class
For information on future class dates, requirements and cost, contact these private instructors: Dan Brown 701-290-6046 or Terry Oestreich 701-290-0569.
Range Protection

N.D. Cent. Code § 42-01-01.1 -- sport shooting ranges deemed not a nuisance.

If a sport shooting range has been in operation for one year since the date on which it began operation as a sport shooting range, it does not become a public or private nuisance as a result of changed conditions in or around the locality of the sport shooting range. If a sport shooting range remains in compliance with noise control or nuisance abatement rules or ordinances in effect on the date on which it commenced operation, it is not subject to a civil or criminal action resulting from or relating to noise generated by the operation of the sport shooting range. A person who acquires title to real property that is adversely affected by the operation of a permanently located and improved sport shooting range constructed and initially operated before that person acquired title to the property adversely affected may not maintain a civil action on the basis of noise or noise pollution against the person who owns or operates the sport shooting range. A rule, resolution, or ordinance relating to noise control, noise pollution, or noise abatement adopted by the state or a political subdivision may not be applied to prohibit the operation of a sport shooting range, provided the conduct was lawful and being conducted before the adoption of the rule, resolution, or ordinance. Except as otherwise provided in this section, a political subdivision may regulate the location and construction of a sport shooting range after August 1, 1999. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, a county or city enacting a home rule charter under chapter 11-09.1, 40-05.1, or 54-40.4 may not regulate a sport shooting range except as otherwise provided in this section. As used in this section, sport shooting range means an area designated and operated by a person for the sport shooting of firearms or any area so designated and operated by the state or a political subdivision, regardless of the terms for admission to the sport shooting range.